Party Democracies in Europe under threat?.- Why Parties Narrow their Representative Profile: Evidence from Parties in Six European Democracies.- "The Origins of Party System Polarization: How Parties and Voters Shape the Ideological Spread in Party Systems".- The limits of cartelization: can parties cope with vulnerability?.- "What ‘moves’ party systems in times of crisis? .- Economic conditions, public opinion and party competition on European integration".- From Brussels to the Capital: New Parties’ Paths into National Parliaments.- "More or less vulnerable?.- Variation in the extent to which mainstream political parties’ voters consider voting for radical right populist parties ".- Democracy Reform as a Populist Policy Supply.- Populist politicians: Populism, Democratic Dissatisfaction and the perception of representation. The case of Greece.- "No need for wider selectorates?.- Exploring selectorates’ preferences for choosing district and list candidates for the German Bundestag ".- "Oppositional Strategies Between Cooperation and Conflict: An Analysis of Opposition Party Voting in the German Bundestag, 1949-2013".- "Friends and Foes: How Coalition Formats Shape Voters’ Perceptions of the Party System".
Dr. Sebastian Bukow is Head of Politics and Party
Research Division, Heinrich-Böll-Stiftung, Berlin.
Dr. Uwe Jun is Professor of Political Science (Political System of the Federal Republic of Germany) at the University of Trier.